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FORWARDS REVEALED AUGUST 8
RUCKS/BENCH REVEALED AUGUST 15
The half forward line of
The Murray Pioneer’s team of
the past 10 years have all been
big performers when it counts.
All three have won The Murray
Pioneer best on ground award in
Loxton North’s Ryan Proud
was the most recent winner of the
award, following a dominant per-
formance in last year’s grand final
win over Barmera-Monash.
The forward/midfielder has
been one of North’s most con-
sistent performers over the past
decade and is also a proven goal
Proud also had a super day in
the Panthers’ 2011 premiership
win over Waikerie.
Loxton’s Jamahl Liddle
could have easily been named in
defence, such was his ability to
play at centre half back.
Liddle was unstoppable in
that position during the 2006
grand final, but plied his wares
up forward for most of his
A strong contested marker and
powerful kicker of the ball, Liddle
was the dominant centre half for-
ward of the past 10 years.
In 2005, Waikerie’s Shayne
Stevens showed his brilliance with
a polished performance in the
Magpies’ win over Loxton in the
Stevens was a tough, in and
under midfielder and won the
Whillas Medal in 2006.
He would have won two
Whillas Medals, but was ruled
ineligible in 2004, despite polling
10 votes more than evnetual win-
ners Jacob Selfe and Scott Palmer.
The current Waikerie A grade
coach formed a terrific combina-
tion with his brother Damian when
he joined the club.
All three players have been reg-
ular interleague representatives.
MURRAY PIONEER 2004-13
TEAM OF THE PAST 10 YEARS
Red Cliffs 19-year-old Tom
Holmes won the Loxton Golf
Club open championship on
Holmes won a sudden death
playoff against Gawler’s Dung
Nguyen by parring the second
Holmes and Nguyen both had
rounds of 73 on the first day, but
Holmes had a stronger start on
He was out in one under par 35,
with birdies on the fifth and sixth
holes. Nguyen was four strokes off
the pace after nine, but rallied with
birdies on the 13th, 16th and 18th
holes to tie the match.
In hear darkness, Holmes’ par
on the second playoff hole deter-
mined the result.
Kerrin Williams took out the
women’s championship on a
countback from 13-time winner
Tyler led the field by one stroke
heading into the second day, but
Williams reversed the result on the
second day for her first champion-
A highlight of the second day
was Lewis Cregan’s hole-in-one
on the 15th hole on Sunday. It was
the second ace in three weeks at
A GRADE Gross: T. Holmes 149; D.
Nguyen 149; T. Atze 154; D. Vartuli 154;
K. Rivett 157; A. Hume 157; S. Noack
159. Net: P. Harman 148; K. Rivett 149.
B GRADE Gross: P. Lawn 164; S. Davey
171; H. Kara-Ali 172; S. Manuel 175;
S. Harris 176. Net: H. Kara-Ali 146; S.
C GRADE Gross: P. Sellar 180; H. Roy
182; J. Murray 185; T. Mular 185; P.
Richardson 185; G. Schultz 186. Net: J.
Murray 149; G. Schultz 150.
D GRADE Gross: A. Hucks 188; A. Baker
192. Net: G. Parry 149; D. Zeliff 153.
A GRADE Gross: K. Williams 183; M.
Tyler 183; J. Fogden 194; J. Smallman
201; K. Henwood 202; C. Golding 203;
M. Wall 209. Net: J. Fogden 156; D.
B GRADE Gross: J. Ling 152; L. Seddon
154; B. Anderson 159; J. Curren 159;
B. Arnold 223. Net: B. Anderson 159; J.
Stableford, July 23 – Men: S. Patching
38 points; H. Kara-Ali 37; J. Johnson 36;
G. Mudge 35; P. Richardson 33; A. Hume
33; F. Borg 32; S. Coombs 32. Women: K.
Henwood 36; Y. Tatt 34; L. Montfort 33.
Stableford, Sat – Division one: J.
Schumann 45 points; J. Thomas 40.
Division two: G. Strauss 45; L. Gosse 39.
NTP: D. Kleeman; J. Schumann. Long
drive: J. Sullivan; L. Gosse. Stableford,
July 24 – J . Pearson 30 points; G.
Strauss 28. NTP: S. Byrnes. Long drive: K.
Webber. Stableford, July 23 – C . Bee 42
points; T. Neideck 42; P. Haines 40. NTP:
J. Sullivan. Long drive: P. Haines.
Stableford, Wed – G . Kelly 36 points;
D. Zeliff 36; C. Gladwin 35; D. Hastwell
35; T. Graetz 34. Par, Sun – K . Martin
+5; M. Evans +2; D. Babbage +2; B.
Halupka +2. Birdies: C. Clarke (11th).
Stroke, Sat – K . Martin 69 net; M.
Evans 69; G. Kelly 70; G. Denton 71; L.
Amos 72; J. Rosbergen 73; D. Hodgson
74; A. Selfe 74. Birdies: G. Denton
(2nd). Mixed foursomes, July 20 – M.
Williams/D. Hastweel 132; S. Bedford/R.
Bedford 142. Handicap: M. Costello/M.
Cenko 111.3; J. Mules/R. Minns 120.8 .
Stableford, July 19 – L . Amos 43 points;
M. Evans 38; G. Parry 36; B. Finn 36; P.
Keane 35; M. Cenko 34; J. Rosbergen
33. Birdies: P. Keane (11th). Stableford,
July 16 – G . Kelly 39 points; P. Cummins
39; N. McPherson 36; P. Marks 35; C.
Gladwin 35; J. Rosbergen 34.
Par, Sun – R. Nagy +1; S. Gore -2; P.
Frahn -2; S. Renfrey -2; S. Wade -2 .
Stableford, Sat – W. Adams 38 points; T.
Branford 37; S. Wade 37; S. Renfrey 37;
D. Reynolds 35; C. Sharam 35; J. Meakin
35; R. Dale 35. Stableford, July 23 – A .
Kellaway 37 points; R. Wright 35; J.
Penna 34; N. Wait 34; P. Mudge 34.
A group of Loxton youths
are the latest recipients of a
Loxton Waikerie Council
$500 ‘youth, sport and
The four gymnasts, Emily
Ramos, Ebony Lange, both 15,
Blake Hampel, 14, and Austin
Hampel, 12, are off to the 2015
World Gymnaestrada in Helsinki,
Finland, as part of the Berri District
Youth Club’s performance troupe.
The troupe gained selec-
tion in the Australian team after
a spectacular performance at the
Nationals held in Adelaide in
The event is held every four
years in Europe, with gymnasts
from all around the world taking
part. The cost for participants is
$6000 each and the club has been
running extra fundraising events to
help them on their way.
“Our gymnasts are very excited
and have been training really hard
on new skills and ideas,” said head
coach Jane McFarlane.
“We would like to thank the
Loxton Waikerie Council for its
support. You can see the troupe’s
routine on the BDYC club web-
site (bdyc.gymnastics.org.au) and
if you would like to support our
local gymnasts please phone me
on 0400 179 899.”
Bound for the 2015 World Gymnaestrada in Helsinki, Finland, are
Berri District Youth Club members Emily Ramos (left), Blake Hampel,
Ebony Lange and Austin Hampel.
Grant for Helsinki-bound gymnasts
Holmes wins Loxton Open
The Riverland Cycling
Club will hold its Tom Perry
Memorial Handicap race at
Paringa this Sunday.
Perry, who passed away in
1996, was associated with the club
for over 45 years.
A two-time state amateur
champion, Perry also competed
in open road events around South
Australia and interstate.
His daughter Di DeCol contin-
ues to sponsor the prestigious tro-
phy race which is highly regarded
by club members.
The race will commence at
Memorial race for local cyclists at Paringa
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